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Re: Electromagnetics notebooks

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  • Subject: [mg20588] Re: [mg20558] Electromagnetics notebooks
  • From: "Parker E.C. Bradley" <pbradle1 at TWCNY.RR.COM>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 14:54:59 -0400
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Dr. Tejo ... or is it Dr. Cecato?,

"Maria Aurea B. Cecato" wrote:
> I am a professor at the Federal University of Paraiba, doing research
> and teaching in Electromagnetics. I wonder if you could, kindly, send me
> some information on available notebooks for teaching Electromagnetics.
> Thanking you in advance, I look forward to an early reply.
> Yours sincerely.
> Francisco de Assis F. Tejo
> tejo at

A good book for talented and motivated undergraduates and beginning
graduate students is "Electrodynamics: a concise introduction", by James
Blake Westgard (Springer Verlag, 1997, ISBN 0-387-94585-7). I comes with
a disk with basic Mathematica Scripts and covers the application of the
theory and the math with mathematica throughout the text.

A book that might make an interesting companion volume (if you can still
get it, I think it is out of print) in establishing extra foundations is
"Quantum Methods with Mathematica", by James M. Feagin
(Springer-Verlag/Telos, 1994, ISBN 0-387-97973-5 or 3-540-97973-5)

Hope this information is of assistance.

Parker E.C. Bradley
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